The Coop Home Goods Adjustable Shredded Memory Foam pillow and Leesa’s Avena foam-filled pillow are both new takes on your standard foam pillow. They both offer soft knit covers you can remove but their fillings are definitely what stands out. Could one be right for you? Read on for my full comparison.
- Removable covers that are washable and dryer friendly
- Designed for all types of sleepers
- Multiple pillow sizes available
- Made in the USA
Coop Home Goods:
- Cover is 60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Rayon and designed to be breathable
- Shredded memory foam filling (CertiPUR-US® certified foam)
- Access to filling – can remove as much/little as desired
- Comes in Standard, Queen and King sizes
- 5-year warranty
- 30 night no questions money back guarantee
- Price: $55 for Standard, $60 for Queen and $65 for a King
- Cover: 70% Polyester, 17% Viscose, 13% Nylon
- Filling: Avena foam (similar to latex) 100% polyurethane foam (ventilated)
- 5” height profile
- Comes in King and Standard size
- Removable cover that is washable and dryer friendly
- Designed for all styles of sleeper and all body types
- Price: $75 for Standard size, $95 for King size
- 100-night trial
- Included in Leesa’s One-Ten Program, one pillow will be donated for every ten sold
You Might Choose
Coop Home Goods If…
- You have broad shoulders or a larger frame. One thing that immediately stands out about the Coop Home Goods pillow (once it’s fully fluffed) is just how massive it is. This overstuffed and full feel can be great for large individuals who need a significant pillow to provide support.
- You sleep in all positions. One of the biggest differences in these pillows is that, with Coop Home Goods, you can add/remove as much of the filling as you want. This makes it a good fit for all sleep types – you just need to take some time to find the right loft for you ideal neck/spine alignment.
- You want a Queen size options. The Coop Home Goods pillow comes in three sizes: Standard, Queen, and King. At the moment Leesa comes in only Standard and King size.
- You want your pillow to stay in the same shape. Leesa’s pillow is a solid piece of ventilated foam. That means it won’t go flat and you won’t need to bunch it up or move pieces around at night to get comfortable.
- You don’t want that “quicksand” feel. Leesa’s unique Avena foam filling has a latex-like feel. This makes it super responsive so your head will rest on the pillow and feel supported, but you won’t sink into the pillow like you would with a memory foam option.
- You’d like to make a charitable contribution with your purchase. Leesa has a philanthropic program called the One-Ten Program. Through this, Leesa donates one mattress or pillow for every 10 sold. Purchasing a pillow means helps Leesa get one step closer to donating to the community.
- You are a side sleeper. Both Coop Home Goods and Leesa make our list of best pillows for side sleepers. Although they have a lot of differences they both benefit side sleepers with their supportive foam fillings. Their soft outer covers don’t hurt, either!
- You sleep hot. While foam has a tendency to sleep hot for some, both these pillows are designed with ventilation and breathable knit covers to promote airflow.
There are so many reasons to like both the Coop Home Goods Adjustable pillow and Leesa’s pillow. If you are trying to decide between the two, it will most likely come down to feel.
If you prefer sinking into memory foam over the bouncier latex, and like the idea of adding/removing as much foam as you want – the Coop Home Goods will be a good pick for you (it is also the slightly less expensive option).
Those who prefer a solid piece of foam and like the lightweight nature of a latex-like pillow, Leesa’s could be a great fit. Luckily, they both offer return policies so maybe it’s worth checking out both!
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